Steve is a dedicated IT professional and Linux advocate. Prior to joining Red Hat, he spent several years in financial, automotive, and movie industries. Steve currently works for Red Hat as an OpenShift consultant and has certifications ranging from the RHCA (in DevOps), to Ansible, to Containerized Applications and more. He spends a lot of time discussing technology and writing tutorials on various technical subjects with friends, family, and anyone who is interested in listening.

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Cloud may be more convenient, but local control gives you more privacy and other options in your Home Assistant ecosystem.
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Home automation can be a slippery slope. The right open source tools can get you on firmer footing.
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Put the final polishes on your Mycroft skill by managing dependencies, debugging, collecting user-specific data, and getting everything into your Python code.
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Use Padatious, Adapt, conversational context, and dialogs to start programming your first voice AI.
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Planning is the essential first step in writing a skill and teaching Mycroft how to do what you want it to do.